Poker chip display

p5woody

Flush
Supporting Member
Joined
Aug 13, 2013
Messages
1,627
Reaction score
3,129
Location
Harrisburg, PA
Merry Christmas to me!!!

I just made a poker chip display case out of an old worn out dry erase board (wife was going to throw it out), black spray paint, tile end caps, old trim I had laying around the house, and some glue. I just stuck in a few old sample chips I had handy to see how it works.

Turned out better then I thought it would.

001.jpg003.jpg004.jpg
 

Tommy

Royal Flush
Admin
Moderator
Joined
Mar 23, 2013
Messages
14,554
Reaction score
22,172
Location
USA
Man, that looks awesome! Looks like 20-22 can fit per row. About 200 chips total.
 

Mr. Cheese

Full House
Joined
Aug 8, 2013
Messages
4,569
Reaction score
3,006
Location
US
I like it! Now you just need to get it filled up and post some pron pictures :)
 

ski_ex5

Two Pair
Joined
Dec 24, 2013
Messages
407
Reaction score
130
Location
Texas
The use of the tile end caps was genius. Well done! I need to remember that one. As a rule, I don't collect individual casino chips. Consequently, I only have about 70 such individual chips. <sigh> They need some sort of decent display.


Ski
 

p5woody

Flush
Supporting Member
Joined
Aug 13, 2013
Messages
1,627
Reaction score
3,129
Location
Harrisburg, PA
Added the sample chips that I have, really need to get some more sample sets. Top 3 rows are my designs (Roll tide Rounders, Huron poker, woody's poker room, San Francisco poker club, and Fairlawn)

2y6v.jpg


7rmj.jpg


uhjn.jpg


pndn.jpg


xea8.jpg


fnvs.jpg


om0k.jpg
 

moojersey

Flush
Joined
Nov 12, 2015
Messages
1,187
Reaction score
676
Location
Maryland
I know this is an old thread, but I really like the idea of a display. I'm going to start pocketing a $1 or a $5 wherever I play to make something like this.
 
Top Bottom